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Adobe and Newspapers: App publishing and the impact of engagement

Mobile content publishing is essential for audience, advertisers and stakeholders. The mobile device installed base continues to proliferate. So what does this mobile-first media landscape mean for your newspaper? 

Adobe's Mark Wasserman leads a special workshop at the INK+BEYOND conference on Friday, May 30 to discuss digital publishing today and future expectations for your enterprise. Come and be inspired as we explore engagement, marketing and advertising for daily editions and custom pubs – today and into the future.

New hotel rooms added for INK+BEYOND

Accommodations at the Delta Prince Edward for INK+BEYOND 2014 are booking up fast, with some nights already sold out. Newspapers Canada has secured a limited number of rooms at two boutique hotels in the area for conference delegates.

Please make your reservation before Wednesday, May 14 in order to secure our special conference rate. We recommend you reserve your room as soon as possible as space is limited.

Click here for more information about INK+BEYOND hotel options »

Free Webinar: Money-Making Content Ideas for Newspapers

Join Newspapers Canada for a free one-hour webinar on Thursday, June 5, at 12:00 PM EDT, led by Candide Gregoire, General Manager at Newspaper Toolbox. This session is designed for all newspaper staff--including publishers, advertising managers and sales reps. Learn how you can implement the sales revenue growth formula at your publication and hear some examples of the best money-making ideas in North America.

MIGS launches new training programme on prevention of mass atrocities

The Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies (MIGS) is organizing a three-day professional training program on the prevention of mass atrocities, the first of its kind in the world. The training series takes place from June 18-20 at Concordia University in Montreal and is geared towards journalists, media, government agency officials, policy makers, and other mid- to senior-level professionals.

MIGS will present a series of thematic sessions and training modules presented by internationally-recognized experts in the field of human rights and international affairs including representatives from the Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect, UN Peacebuilding, and the Child Soldiers Initiative.

World Press Freedom Day Luncheon takes place in Ottawa on May 2

Each year on World Press Freedom Day, the Canadian Committee of World Press Freedom honours those who have gone the extra mile to defend the media from attacks on their independence.  

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